AP-MO--Missouri News Coverage Advisory, MO
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For the fourth time in about a month, a black bear has been found dead in Missouri, most recently on Sunday along the Current River near the small town of Van Buren. A Missouri Department of Conservation expert says the bear population is growing, especially in southern Missouri, and mortality is high in late spring and early summer as male bears begin to roam throughout their breeding range.
DEADLY POLICE CHASE
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — A deadly police chase that killed four people in the Kansas City suburb of Independence followed a similar deadly chase four years earlier that led to a $767,000 settlement. UPCOMING: 300 words.
MISSOURI-EDUCATION BOARD APPOINTMENTS
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Gov. Mike Parson has made two appointments to the state’s Board of Education, giving it new life after months of uncertainty. The board had been unable to meet since former Gov. Eric Greitens stacked the board in order to fire the education commissioner, a move that angered state senators who then refused to confirm those who had cast the votes to fire the commissioner. By Blake Nelson. UPCOMING: 400 words.
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